Reflections: 5 Points Gallery and online exhibition celebrating our anniversary

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In the spirit of celebrating our one year anniversary we are presenting these special works that our artists created. You are welcome to set up an appointment for private in person experience at the gallery with the artist of the works displayed here, or we are happy to ship these to a destination of your choice. Please contact us at so that we may arrange for shipping and calculate the cost to your destination.


“In all things of nature there is something of the marvelous”. – Aristotle
Blazing’s rich, textural abstract landscapes suggest familiar places even as their ceramic, tiled quality transports them to a liminal space just beyond the threshold of reality. These dreamscapes invite us to reflect not only on the beauty of our planet, but also on our own complex relationship with this (un)real world as we contemplate our emergence from sheltering in place.

The Hills are Alive
Impasto acrylic painting on cradled panel
16x16x1.63 inches. $250.
In this work, Blazing envisions the landscape as a reflection and continuation of the viewer’s undulating, dynamic consciousness.

A Path Emerges
Impasto acrylic painting on cradled panel
16x16x1.63 inches $250.
This piece evokes a sense of indefinite possibility, calling the viewer to interrogate their position on our shared path.


Verdant Rows Arise
Impasto acrylic painting on cradled panel
16x16x1.63 inches. $250.
As much as new growth emerges after a harsh winter, so new perspectives arise in the wake of global adversity.

Designer and jewelry maker Vivian Blanco creates one of a kind original pieces.

Bracelet and Necklace
Made with 14 Karat Gold-filled and Keshi Pearls
Nickel free and Hypoallergenic

Necklace approximate size 16 inches long
Bracelet approximate size 8 inches long
$120 for set, plus $6 shipping

Bracelet and earrings
Made with 14 Karat Gold-filled and Keshi Pearls
Bracelet approximately 8 inches long
Earrings approximately 1-1/2 inches long
$120 for set, plus  $6 shipping

TEDDY DEVEREUX: Reflecting on Travel.


Inspired by playing with shadows while walking on the beach at low tide.
Fused glass on aluminum with copper foil fish. 20 x 16 inches
$475. If shipping needed, arrange with artist

BANGKOK GRAFFITI, 17X14 inches framed.
Fused glass on frame.
Inspired by graffiti on a wall in Bangkok, Thailand. Many wall and buildings there are canvasses for local artists.
$275. If shipping needed, arrange with artist.


RED UMBRELLAS, 14×11 inches
Fused glass on aluminum.
In Bangkok I visited the home and museum of Jim Thompson, an American hero to the Thai people as he revived the silk industry in the 1950-1960’s. He led a fascinating life and disappeared without a trace in 1967 when on a trip to Indonesia. The sun shown through the red umbrellas that shaded an area bordering his hour and garden.
$275. If shipping needed, arrange with artist.


“Made while self-isolating during Durham’s stay at home order, I was inspired to make several works that spark cheer.”


“This piece is reminiscent of the charged spirit we feel at exciting public events, an energy I hope to experience again soon.
9X20.5 inches, Verre églomisé collage in vintage frame.

$275. $15 nation-wide. Local pick up or delivery.

“These two moth pieces remind me of the coziness of summer nights at home, when the warm, breezy air is buzzing with the sound of bugs and wings.
10.5 X 8.75 inches,Verre églomisé collage in vintage frame.
$175. $15 nation-wide. Local pick up or delivery.



12.5 X 10.5 inches, Verre églomisé collage in vintage frame.
$175. $15 nation-wide. Local pick up or delivery.


“Each basket is woven at my studio using traditional weaving methods and materials.”

Traditional handcrafted woven Adirondack Pack Basket, with leather straps and handle. Medium-sized for women or children.
12w x 16h x 10d inches. $165.

Traditional handcrafted woven Adirondack Pack Basket, with leather straps and handle. Large-sized for all adults.
18w x 22H x 14d inches. $300.


Traditional double handed market basket with hand dyed reed.
17w x 16h x 15d inches. $140


Fresh Air, oil on aluminum, 48 x 48 inches

Moses – Harriet Tubman, oil on canvas
72h x 48w inches

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OUTSIDE LOOKING IN, mixed media sculpture, 48 high x 18 wide inches



Artist Leslie Pruneau creates sheets of pure acrylic paint in an abstract style, letting them dry and then cuts them up to use in her acrylic assemblages.
***All works available for pickup in Raleigh/Durham, or shipping available upon request.***


In this piece Leslie Pruneau has disassembled traditional applications developing a new technique of an inter-woven and layered process to create a portrayal of our society today. The work seeks a certain balance within its own chaos, similarly to what people do, not only with their own personal relasionships but with their realtionssip to planet earth as well. Acrylic skins assembled on panel, 8 x 8 x 2 inches.

With a complex technique and weaving-like process, this small assemblage seems to be barely holding itself together, while bits of colorful bursts energetically work to escape the confines of its substrate.
Acrylic skins assembled on cradled panel, 3 x 3 x 2 inches.

A two-piece diptych of alternating strips of assembled acrylic skins of two chairs that are in a dialogue. Upon closer look, one can see the pairs are not alike, perhaps implying this ‘talk’ is of the same topic, but takes place over a span of time.
Acrylic skins assembled on 2 cradled panels, 8 x 8 x 1 each and displayed one inch apart. 8 x 17 x 1.


Acrylic on canvas, 33h x 40w inches.


The patterns and objects of life that surround us everyday, both in our visual fields and in our minds.
“We are so familiar with our life, that we are Blind to the Actual Experience”

oil on canvas with hand sewn tapestry fabric.
28.5 x 28.5 inches framed.
$1400. includes shipping and handling.

oil on canvas with hand sewn tapestry fabric.
20 x 29.5 inches framed.
$1075. includes shipping and handling.

oil on stretched canvas, 24 x 24 inches.
$1075. includes shipping and handling.


**Nihonga painting: Japanese style paintings using traditional Japanese artistic practices and materials that was developed after 1900 as a response to combat Japan’s infatuation with Western culture by emphasizing the native Japanese traditional arts. However, it is not merely a continuation of the older Japanese painting traditions, but has broader subjects as well as including more stylistic and technical elements from several traditional schools, all blended together. In addition, some Western painting techniques such as perspective and shading have been adopted into the Nihonga genre.**

DURHAM – my DURM, with HOPE.
“I saw that the deserted Durham downtown street with tragic episodes. We took many years to build this town back to a lively one.  It has become a booming street with new taste and our own diversity but we need to work more.  We will come back to an even better town, safe, equal, and natural place that we can unite to feel good about us.”   
Nihonga painting, washi paper on birch panel. 18 x 18 x 1.75 inches.

“The leaves are an homage to the painter T. Isson, who painted the nature of Amami Island, Japan.  He painted vivid tropical plants and bright sunlight and its shadow contrast for the first time in Nihonga subject.   In this painting, I breakthrough some traditions of what Nihonga is supposed to be.  One of the traditions I love to follow is to include Kachofugetsu, which contains flower (plants), bird (living object), wind (atmosphere) and moon (universe).  Simply, this brings a balance of universe to me.”   
Nihonga painting, stretched washi paper, 11 x 14 inches matted with boxed frame (16×20 framed).

“The mountain of my painting represents a person’s life.  I used patina blue-green fine pigment in the background mixed with resin.  The silver foil I used is authentically pounded to be it’s finest thickness, I cut with bamboo knife and applied.  White is calcium carbonate, that is coming from Dried Oyster shell.  The mountain red is mixed the clam with cochineal dye. Enjoy the reflection of the universe. “
Nihonga painting, washi paper on birch panel 12 x 12 with natural walnut floater frame (16×20 framed).


“Hello Bird”
“This series started a few years ago when my son & daughter in law lived in Uganda, Africa in the Peace Corps. We visited and I was mesmerized  by the  birds.  Upon my return I started painting birds inspired from my experience.  Many people purchased them. They would come back and tell me as they passed the painting in their homes they would greet it and say “Hello Bird”. I am bringing back the series calling it “Hello  Bird”. They are full of fun, joy and happiness.”

acrylic pinting, 36 x 48 inches.

acrylic painting, 34 x 24 inches.

acrylic painting, 36 x 48 inches.

acrylic painting, 30 x 40 inches